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    Cricketing statesman Kane Williamson has shouldered arms to the task of finding a lasting peace between T20 franchise leagues and international schedules

    Cricketing statesman Kane Williamson has shouldered arms to the task of finding a lasting peace between T20 franchise leagues and international schedules


    A congested calendar remains a pressing issue for the sport's future - but compromise between stakeholders has been limited.

    The New Zealand great is leaving the current corridors of uncertainty to administrators and custodians.



    Meanwhile England have wrapped up an eight-wicket victory over the West Indies to start the Super Eight stage at the T20 World Cup.

    Opener Phil Salt - who finished 87 not out - hit 30 runs in the 16th over as the English reached their target of 181 with 15 balls to spare.

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